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The perkins Journal Thursday, September 15, 1977-5 Demons down Depew 20.0; Meet Prague there Friday night by Keith Disney The Perki'ns-Tryon Demons played host to the Depew Hornets last Friday night. It was late in the thild quarter when the Demons started their scoring drive, when Greg Baker broke through from the four yard line and went in for the Demons first TD of the season. The Demons con- tinued the drive and the game ended with P-T dowing Depew 20--0. The Demons fired up the first serious drive of the. game late in the first quarter, moving from the P-T 18-yard line to the Hornet 22 in 21 plays, but on a fourth and 16, sophomore Dwayne Deaver overthrew Billy Womack in the end zone and ended the drive. Neither team could gain a first down for the rest of the half, and Depew ended the half with only 11 yards. The Hornets fumbled on their 19-yard line with Steve Magee recovering for the Demons on the first play of the second half. The Demons were unable to score on the drive and Depew took over. Depew was forced to punt when the Demons continued to hold the Hornets in Demon territory, and P-T took over on the Hornet 44 yard line. A fumble stopped a Demon drive on the 20, but Pecos Bridenstine recovered a Depew fumble for the Demons on the Hornet 8-yard line. Guy Rose hit the line for a four yard gain and Greg Baker took it in from the four, with Deavers two point conversion the third quarter ended with the Demons uv 8--0. The Demons scored twice in the fourth quarter, with Billy Womack carrying it in on a 53 yard pass play and Guy Rose going in from three yards out with 29 seconds ' left. The Demons defense held tough by keeping Depew in Demon territory for the entire game, and holding the Hornets to only five yards on , the evening. -*: The Demons forced Depew to punt seven times and caused three Hornet fum-  bias. Baker led the Demon offense with 65 yards and added 30 yards on punt returns. Billy Womack had two receptions for 64 yards. "The kids played rl weft" defensively and Grog Baker had a good game on offense," stated Demon Coach Ditz Mcllvain. "He kept us going when we needed it. The offensive line opened some good holes in the second half. We needed this one. The kids kind of got the smell of winning," McIlvain said. The Demons travel to Prague this week. "We have a tough one this week and we need to have a good game against a good team," McIlvain added. by Keith Disney -0" THE STATISTICS P--T DEP. First Downs 11 1 Yards Rushing 150 5 Yards Passing 64 0 Passes 2-5 0-4 Passes int. by 0 0 Fumbles lost 2 3 lunts 2-0 7-27.6 ::: 4-40 4-40 :.:!_ Penalties Score by Quarters :: Depew 0 0 0 0--0 ":i Perkins-Tryon 0 0 8 12--20 :i 3rd Quarter :" Perkins-Tryon--Greg Baker ii 4 run (Dwayne Dearer run). :: 4th Quarter .. Perkins-Tryon--Billy ii Womack 53 pass from ::': Dearer (run failed). :i Perkins-Tryon--Guy Rose 3 run (run failed). .'.." -0- Fumbles make for overtime Billy Womack #81 receives a pass from quarterback Dewayne Deaver anJ charges 30 yards for another P-T touchdown. The Demons went on to win 20-0. This Depew player learneJ that the Jefense was harJ to penetrate as AnJerson makes the initial hit while other Demons #50 Todj Smalley and #30 Scott Higgins rush in to assist. BY Rick Lomenick On Sept. 6, 1977, the P-T Junior High Demons fi'avel- ed to Yale to play their second game of the season. Yale won the coin toss and elected to receive. On Yale's first series of downs the Demon defense held Yale to no yardage and forced a fumble on the punting attempt. When P-T offense got their hands on the ball, they threatened to score but fumbled the ball away to Yale on Yale's one yard line. In the second quarter after the Demons punted, a Yale player fumbled the ball and an alert Walt Fields recover- ed the ball for the Demons on the Yale thirty-six yard line. After a good defensive battle by both teams, the score at the end of the half was 0--0. Early in the third quarter the Demons were forced to punt and with good blocking, Yale returned the ball about 20 yards. Late in the third =que, and with Yale having the hall and moving down the field, Steve Dearer got into the fumble recovering-act by recovering the ball as the third quarter ended. During the fourth quarter, George Murray recovered another fumble on the twenty yard line. The P-T Offense moved the ball down to the four yard line but turned the ball over on downs. With six seconds left in the ame, after P-T got the ball ack, QB Mitch McKosato Cimarron Valley 547.2700 Co-op, Inc. 247 S. Main Perkins Plumbing Shop J. D. & Evelyn Anderson 547.2470 111 S. Main Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Jr. Sports Wear Perkins DeI-Mar's Food Store 547.2555 219 S. MaM threw a pass into the end zone and the ball fell incomplete, as time ran out in the game. During sudden death neither team could move the ball in for a score. But on Yale's third series of downs they scored on a twelve yard TD pass. The Demons tried to score but the fired-up Yale defense held P-T to no score and the game ended 6--0 with Yale the winner. This makes the second loss for the Jr. High Demons this year. Coach Lauener's com- ments after the game were, "A good defensive ball game. Yale got one break and took it in." Coach Evans remarked, "The kids played tough defense but didn't take advantages of opportunities to score on offense. Also," he continued, "Mark Irwin did a good job on the line blocking. The next Jr. High Demon game is at Crescent. -0- Greg Baker #21 charges through for the first Demon TD of the season as a Depew Hornet makes a last effort to stop the score. JR. HIGH FOOTBALL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Grade 10 Mitch McKosato QB 9th 13 Harlan McKosato QB 6th 15Barry MorelandQB-HB9th 20 BrnceFields HB 8th 21 Jackie McKnight HB 8th Pecos BriJenstine #15 is stoppeJ short 22 Eric Smith HB 8th of the goal line by Depew Hornet #25. 25 Steve Cole HB 9th 30 John Hoover QB-HB 7th 66 Mike Tinnell G 9th 31 Roger Miller FB 7th 67 Justin Anderson T 8th 33 J.P. Oliver FB 9th 70 Tim Ventris T 7th 35 George Murray FB 9th 71 James Smith G 40 Craig Bradley HIS 7th 72 Jerry Payne G-T 44 Wade Fields HB 8th 73_ Mark Irwin T 45 Steve Shinault HB 7th 75 Todd Cundiff T 50 DavidChaney C 9th 77 SteveDeaver T S1 Terry Porter C 8th 80 FredPitts E 61 DannyColvin G 9th 81 Steve Woods E-T 7th 62 DavidSasser G 9th 82 Bruce Fields E 8th 63 Chris Goforth G 8th 83 NickyWestbrook E 8th 64 Happy Smith G 7thi84 RandyMott E 7th 65 Joe Barta T 7th i Coaches: Shelby Lauener Rick Evans P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, & Crafts Patty Johnmn 547-2763 147 S. 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